WORLD CUP AND ASHES HERO BEN STOKES TO SUE MURDOCH’S SUN
ENGLAND VICE-CAPTAIN IS JOINED BY MUM DEB IN HIGH COURT ACTION
THE PAIR HAVE INSTRUCTED PRINCE HARRY’S ROTTWEILER BARRISTER
HACKING-LINKED SUN JOURNALIST NICK PARKER IS MAN BEHIND STORY
Allegations that Private Investigators were paid by newspapers to snoop on Princess Diana and her associates, while editors pretended to be on her side.
Rupert Murdoch’s CEO Rebekah Brooks will be dragged back into the frame.
Brooks was the editor of The Sun while hacking was alleged to be rife, and was CEO of Murdoch’s company during the alleged cover-up of phone hacking.
Duke of Sussex is likely to characterise Mirror and Sun executives as guilty participants who sought meticulously to cover their tracks for over two decades.
Allegations of sophisticated concealment and destruction of evidence, involving top in-house lawyers and board members.
The Duke of Sussex is suing The Sun, News of the World, AND Daily Mirror for alleged hacking
The Daily Mirror claim covers the period when PIERS MORGAN was Editor
Murdoch’s teflon CEO Rebekah Brooks was Editor of The Sun when Harry was allegedly targeted by private investigators
· Ford’s job was to secure kompromat on Labour figures to force resignation
· Revelations follow Labour MP’s criticism of Sunday Times over ‘fiction’ stories
· Part 2 of our story on Labour versus The Sunday Times
· Labour accuse The Sunday Times of smearing Jeremy Corbyn with ‘fiction.’
· MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle says it’s the latest in a long line of Sunday Times’ attacks going back years.
· He cites The Sunday Times’ former in-house Private Investigator John Ford who illegally targeted nearly every member of the Labour Cabinet during Blair and Brown governments.
· Mr. Ford says the respected ‘paper of record’ tasked him to systematically undermine Labour between 1995 – 2010
· Press campaigners call for ex-Sunday Times Editor John Witherow to account for his actions – and re-instatement of cancelled Leveson 2
· Part 1 of Byline Investigates story on Labour versus The Sunday Times
• But his ex-bosses Tina Weaver and James Scott are alleged to have been in charge of the conspiracy
• Buckley, Weaver and Scott have never admitted phone hacking
• Tina Weaver denied any knowledge of phone-hacking at the Leveson Inquiry
• Part 2 of our story about Rebekah Brooks, Ross Kemp, and Tony Harding
• Private Investigator Steve Whittamore says he sub-contracted ‘blag’ on innocent man’s private data
• Byline Investigates identifies likely suspect – an ex-squaddie ‘blagger’ who lived double-life
Part 2 of Byline Investigates’ court report of Katherine O’Donnell v Times Newspapers. The Times is accused of alleged discrimination against a former Night Editor, who claims she was passed over for promotion. Ms. O’Donnell claims unfair dismissal because she is transgender
Part 1 of Byline Investigates' Report on alleged unfair dismissal. Times Editor John Witherow was accused of overlooking a Former Night Editor (Scotland) of The Times for promotion. But he tells Employment Judge Jane Porter he treats everyone equally
News UK chief executive Rebekah Brooks once spied on her fiancé Kemp when she was editor of the News of the World – while the company paid her surveillance bill. But she denies knowledge of any law breaking.
Diarist Peter McKay is the first big hitter to walk-out of Northcliffe House following regime change
David Beckham’s Football Agent was also illegally targeted by News of the World journalists.
As part of out-of-court settlement, News Group Newspapers did not admit liability for The Sun.
Timeline of a Cover-Up: Byline Investigates Continues It’s Blow-By-Blow Account of Allegations That Papers Destroyed Incriminating Evidence.
Thirty-Seven Emails Allegedly Sunk Company’s ‘One-Rogue-Reporter’ Defence.
News Group Newspapers Do Not Admit Concealment or Destruction.
But The Sun and News of The World Deny Deleting Emails, Claiming That the System Was Wiped in a Data Archiving Project.
Part 1/3 ‘highly relevant’ event triggered newspaper deletion of ‘incriminating emails', say claimants, while News Group Newspapers insists 'cover-up' was really innocent data archiving. Judge orders fresh company email disclosures...
Evidence against executives and editors is piling up in the civil courts, but newspapers are just buying their way out of trouble. The right place for this is the criminal courts, which means the Met must act
High Court told senior Murdoch executives and line managers allegedly covered up crimes...
Britain's biggest selling tabloid hired specialist hackers to break into Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher's private text messages in 2010, explosive new emails have revealed...
The Brexit-backing Sun is using the European Convention on Human Rights to conceal the identity of a man selling an MP's phone details. But alleged victims say the man is an illegal phone hacker...